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There were two types of clergy in the medieval Catholic Church. One was called regular clergy, and consisted of those clergy who served in monasteries and monastic offices. These included abbots and monks. The other was called secular clergy, and these included popes, bishops, priests, and deacons. They were called secular because they served people of the secular world. For legal purposes, such as determining who was entitled to benefit of clergy in the courts, in some countries anyone who was able to read was considered clergy, and this even included students. The application of the term in this manner was a formality and had nothing to do with whether the person was actually a member clergy.
The stock answer on this one was that clergy were the people who could read and write, and very few other members of medieval society could. I think there is clear evidence that this answer is not entirely true. There is a link below to a related question whose answer goes into more detail on this.
No, Chaucer and other medieval people did not smoke tobacco.
It depicts Christ as a Human Figure firmly embedded into the earthly world
Spartans, Romans, and other medieval people.
Medicine was practiced by people called physicians. The were usually not clergy or nobility, and were nearly never serfs. I guess that means they were middle class. Medicine was also practice by people like midwives and other local healers. Such people were usually serfs, filleins, or freemen or freewomen.
well, not to be a jerk or anything, but they looked like regular medieval people, carpenters don't look different from other people
No. Almost no one tells other how to live - such people are called parents or clergy.
By donation from other people in the towns and trade.
with exchange of wives
They are not of Germanic origin.
No, not allowed by clergy. However just like people of other faiths heresy is common.
In medieval times, few other than the clergy would have been able to read the Bible, because even kings and nobles were often illiterate. Moreover, the Bible was available in Greek and Latin, but not in any of the vernacular languages. On the basis that knowledge is power, the Bible was the source of power for the clergy. Being able to quote just the right passage enabled the clergy to silence their critics and even bring secular rulers to heel. Correct interpretation of the Bible enabled lesser clergy to win favour and progress up the hierarchy of the Church. Public demonstration of a life of piety and dedication of time to the Bible earned the respect of those who could not read the Bible or who did not have the time or inclination to do so.
medieval people were punished because of sins and crimes such as nagging, thieving letting your stock ruin other peoples gardens or farms, murder and so on
III estate people. those ppl were the ones who were disregarded. they were ppl other than nobels and clergy
Day to day life varied according to who you were. Most people were serfs or peasant farmers. There is a link below to a related question on the life of a serf. Other people were clergy, knights, ladies, members of the nobility, merchants, craftsmen, royalty, and so on. There are links below to questions on some of these.
There was no medieval education for people other than nobility. People didn't know how to read or write. Priests taught nobility and a university system began in Italy.
They use planes, cars, and there feet.I found the answer at.... Yahoo.com it said....Why does Iran differ from other southwest Asia people ... How did people insouthwest Asia travel? they use plane, cars, and their own feet.
Iran's 66.6 million people differ from those of other Southwest Asian countries. More than one-half are Persians, NOT Arab or Turks.
A Laity is all people who are not members of a given profession or other specialized field. In religious organizations, the laity is all people who are not part of the clergy.
The knowledge of other cultures effected the medieval society. How it effected the medieval society is there other belief's, values, money and society. The beliefs what people had in different gods and Churches than the medieval society had. The different technology they used, the values what they give and how much money they had. This effected medieval society.
Iranians differ from other Southwest Asians because, more than one-half are Persians not Arbs or Turks.
it reminds of the great era where people were kinder. People used to respect each other.
Wealthy people and members of the nobility had cooks who were servants, as did monasteries. Other people prepared their own.
Yes, they had balls where there was dancing, and other important people were invited.
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